A Comparative Study of the Jerome Model and the Horace Model

Chang ZHENG

Abstract


This article explores two translation models circling around the key issue “equivalence” in translation studies. They are the Jerome Model and the Horace Model. They differentiate from each other in the aspects of the translating priorities and purposes, etc. Moreover, through illustrative examples, the article points out there are intrinsic relationship between the two models, so appropriate application and combination of the two models will not only solve the problem of “equivalence”, but also build up a bridge between source language culture and target language culture.


Keywords


Equivalence; The Jerome Model; The Horace Model; Differences; Relationship

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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